How It Works

The process for obtaining a translation can be confusing, so we have outline each step involved, from requesting a quote to receiving your completed translation, to help you understand what to expect when using our services. Our goal is to make the process smooth and stress-free for our clients.

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    Upload Your Documents

    Assemble the documents that require translation and upload them to our secure checkout system for a quote.

    Once you've received a quote, make payment to begin the translation.'

  2. Professional Translation

    Our support staff will review the documents and pair the project with the appropriate translator or translation group.

    We have a diverse and growing network of translators, which allows us to select a qualified translator relevant to the source material.

    Once assigned, our team of professional translators will begin preparing an initial translation.

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    Proofreading & Editing

    If you've selected our proofreader service, a secondary proofreader will make revisions (as needed) to the initial translation.

    In some cases, we may make edits to the translation to reflect your preferences or the audience for the translation.

  4. Client Review

    We give all of our clients the opportunity to review the translation product prior to final completion.

    A brief client review of names, dates, places, and other common revision requests gives you the assurance that your translation is accurate.

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    Translation Certification

    For our certified translations, the final step is the sign-off from the certified translator that the translation is complete, accurate, and was completed legitimately.

Ready to dive in? Our translation team is available 24/7 to assist you with documents, provide quotes, and prepare translations.